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Optimal neuro|spine

Maxwell Boakye, MD MPH

I am Dr. Max Boakye, Neurosurgeon, and Neuroscientist, currently Professor of Neurosurgery, Chief of Spinal Neurosurgery, Director of Quality Improvement, and Clinical Director of the Kentucky Spinal Cord Injury Center. I interview leading neuroscientists, health administrators, neurosurgeons, educators, neuro and spine health care experts, and patients in this show. How do we optimize our brain and spine health, prevent aging brain and memory deterioration? What to do when something goes wrong, how best to heal and recover injured brain and back? How do we optimize our inpatient neuro|spine care in hospitals and provide more value-based care- prevent errors, improve quality, and improve patient satisfaction? How do we teach better and better train doctors? Which hospitals offer the best neuro and spine care: why and how? We present the most innovative emerging research that will impact neuro|spine care. Join us as we delve one on one and have insightful conversations with exciting researchers and experts, voices who have something to teach, enlighten and inspire us about Optimal neuro|spine.
Episodes
Episode 23: Spinal Cord Injury: Optimizing Care. Conversation with Dr. Steven KirshblumMay 15, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 22: Restoring Ambulation after Paraplegia. A Conversation with Drs. Gregoire Courtine and Jocelyne BlochMay 01, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 21: The American Spine Registry. A Conversation with Dr. Steven GlassmanMay 01, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 20: Unaging - Memory, Aging, and Alzheimer’s. A Conversation with Dr. Robert FriedlandApril 15, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 19: Optimizing the Neurosurgery Residency and Training Experience From a Chief Resident’s Perspective. A Conversation With Dr. Aurora CruzApril 01, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 18: Insights From a Lifetime of Training Residents and Neurosurgical Research. A Conversation with Dr. Haring NautaMarch 15, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 17: When Cancer Spreads to the Spine. A Conversation with Dr. Mark BilskyMarch 01, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 16: Pediatric Spinal Cord Injury Research. A Conversation with Dr. Andrea BehrmanJanuary 15, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 15: Digital Neurosurgery. A Conversation with Dr. Thomas PichtJanuary 01, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 14: Quality Improvement. A Conversation with Dr. Jordan PeckDecember 16, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 13: Four Decades as a Spinal Cord Injury Research Scientist. A Conversation With Dr. Scott WhittemoreDecember 01, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 12: Optimizing Musculoskeletal Care Delivery. A Conversation with Dr. Ryan GrantNovember 15, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 11: Functional Neurosurgery. A Conversation with Dr. Joseph NeimatNovember 01, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 10: Developing Self-Directed Learners in Quality Improvement. A Conversation with Dr. Staci SanerOctober 15, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 9: Treating Paralysis. A Conversation with Dr. Susan HarkemaOctober 01, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 8: The Problem of Polypharmacy in Spinal Cord Injury. A Conversation with Dr. Sara GuilcherSeptember 15, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 7: New Insights for the Neuroimaging of Chronic Pain. A conversation with Dr. Vania ApkarianSeptember 01, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 6: Brain Computer Interface (Part 2). A conversation with Dr. Eric LeuthardtAugust 15, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 5: Brain Computer Interface. A conversation with Dr. Jaimie HendersonAugust 01, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 4: Immunotherapy for brain tumors. A conversation with Dr. Michael LimJuly 06, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 3: Spinal deformity surgery. A conversation with Dr. Christopher AmesJuly 01, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 2: Safety in spine surgery: Dr. Michael VitaleJune 15, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 1: Spinal cord injury-Conversation with Dr. Michael FehlingsMay 28, 2021 Episode artwork